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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hanborough Economic history

    the sawbox, the ladle, White's , the hale hide, bucksfoot, the headless cross, the pit, and the spokeshave. Fenlake , Nye mead, and South mead were drawn with the first nine lots, and Cheyney weir with the last seven; Bridge

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    65 where in 1641 a crowd gathered for rebaptism in the Lea . 66 Daughters of the independent divine Philip Nye (d. 1672) were baptized at Hackney in 1634 and 1636, as was a son of the preacher Adoniram Byfield


    Peacock , firm of, nurseries , see mkt. gardening under names of places nursing and convalescent homes , Nuthurst , Nye , Wm., O' Brien Wyndham , Geo., earl of Egremont , see Wyndham Ockley (Surr.) , Offham (in South

    Parishes Market Lavington

    by John Peyte and Margaret his wife to William Willington . 211 In 1572 Jane Westwood and her son Anthony Nye conveyed half the manor, called corruptly Easterton Garnelling and Lavington Garnelling and East Lavington , to Robert Nicholas and

    Index K-Z

    and see Attleborough ; Griff ; Stockingford Nunn, Wm., Nunn, Brown and Freeman, lace manufacturers, Nutbrowner, John, Nuweres, John de, Nye , J. S., Oakey and Cox, ribbon weavers, Oakley , Vincent , Occleve, Thos., Odard fam., Offchurch , Oken,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an r hi diuaiddW i aihiddi ydoedd giybdini r yf- ,i*,wiq,. p dec1lhe, i odep n y ceu iY t4, Nye. Mori &o. Yr oed n dkdirwestwr owyddorol, a lawer ergyd galed 4 odd ax bralg eiu. kid QOX ed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOLGELLEY GRAMMAR I SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: J. EH. MA SHALL, M.A, CORPUS CBRISTI COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. VUPILS are prepared for the Universities, Civil P1 Service, Oxford and Cambridge Local, and the various Professional Preliminary Examinations. Boarders received by the Head Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    genedigaethau, Priodsau, Ax, I PRIODASAtT. HInglces---oberts-odi e19g, yni nghapel Pen- a oan y Parch. J. D. Owen, William, mab y di eddkii Johnl Hughes, Llewivelyn Terrace, Llan- ct a Harriet Janes, ail ferch y diweddar Wijlla Roberts, Doivyvd Farm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for crippling, a nation wkich by eperimpe they haA3, fard to be npCesSry to restrain the ambition of A -c#4NDrRi Nye can ima'gille that PrI -ia rdlht beao- prehen.sive t'sat she might be compelled to give up her i,'l- gotten Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , violent contrast;, and of delicacy, 'in a *petty ia;. rapidity that suddenly stops with a heave. Wlhether Ii that Nye are more alive to these vice ,; of his style tlall for- merly, ve know not but to U3 Subscribers-only content


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